Previously this year, news about better support on Xbox One and PS4 Pro resurfaced, but now The Outer Worlds comes with a surprise. The game will be released later this month, on October 25. It is going to be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, as well. Reports from WCCFTECH detail how The Outer World will supposedly come with a few significant changes for Xbox One. Apparently, some considerable advantages will be seen over the version for PS4. The game would not be improved on the PS4 Pro at release.
Moreover, a message from the publisher Private Division comes with some explanations. It states that “It includes 4K textures and resolution on Xbox One X and PC, and upsamples to 4K from 1440p on PS4 Pro. It looks great across all platforms, and we’re excited for players to experience The Outer Worlds on October 25.” On its release day, the game will be ready for players on the Xbox Game Pass service.
The Outer Worlds is a role-playing game developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Private Division. The upcoming game is set to be released for PS4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows, later this month, on October 25. The game will also be available for Nintendo Switch. The Outer Worlds presents first-person gameplay, which features lost of customization options. For example, players will be able to develop their character or unlock a ship. These options are the game’s main hub area. What’s intriguing is that players can meet and recruit non-player characters. Moreover, these characters will have the role of a companion, with extra missions and stories of their own.
The storyline of the game centers involves a historical event from 1901 set in the U.S.